IT'S Walk to School week, a national campaign encouraging parents and children to give walking a go in order to improve health, traffic and air pollution.

The Oxford Mail is asking parents whether there is anything stopping them encouraging their kids to walk to school.

Thousands of pupils every day walk to schools across Oxford, but we know there are reasons many don't.

Are there spots in Oxford where you for children's safety? Whether it's busy roads with lack of crossings, vehicles driving or parking on the pavements, drivers going over the speed limit or anything else. 

You can send your examples below

Oxford Mail:

In April, we brought you the news that the number of lollipop men and women at Oxforshire schools has fallen dramatically. 

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Send us your thoughts below 

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Send us your examples, and tell us why - as well as any pictures you might have

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